The Pain Conference

June 18, 2013 - June 20, 2013
University of Glasgow

Glasgow
United Kingdom

Main speakers:

University of Pittsburgh
Murat Aydede
University of British Columbia
David Bain
University of Glasgow
Michael Brady
University of Glasgow
Victoria Braithwaite
Pennsylvania State University
Jennifer Corns
University of Glasgow
Valerie Hardcastle
University of Cincinnati
Richard B. Krueger
Columbia University
Siri Leknes
University of Oslo
Jennifer Radden
University of Massachusetts, Boston
Adam Shriver
University of Western Ontario
Frédérique de Vignemont
Institut Jean Nicod

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Pain is ubiquitous.  But it continues to be poorly understood.  Scientific advances have led to increasingly subtle and complex models of pain, but not yet consensus.  Both in science and in philosophy, pain continues to generate deep and gripping questions. The Pain Project has been holding workshops targeting four questions in particular: (1) How does pain relate to perception, whose role seems informational rather than motivational? (2) How does pain relate to emotional suffering, which is both implicated in and intriguingly parallels physical suffering?  (3) How is pain illuminated by comparisons and contrasts between human and non-human pain? And (4) How is pain illuminated by considerations of atypical pain experiences? The Pain Conference constitutes the culmination of these workshops and will be organized around research from presenters.

The conference is part of the larger Pain Project. The Pain Project is an international, interdisciplinary research project focused on relations amongst pain, perception, and emotion, as well as pain in non-human animals. It is part of an overarching research program, Pain and the Nature of Mind, run by the University of Notre Dame and funded by the John Templeton Foundation.

More information about the project and our research team can be found at: http://www.davidbain.org/pain Registration fee: £50 (includes tea/coffee) To register or for further inquiries please email Jennifer Corns at:

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June 18, 2013, 10:00am BST

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